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Thomas Hayward Travels the Country for Auctioneering

Posted September 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized by Valerie

Thomas Hayward, celebrity auctioneer, has been traveling more than ever for auctions. From storage auctions to charity and fundraising auctions in the past months Hayward has traveled clear across the country from Wyoming to Florida! Hayward has truly found a career that has fulfilled his life, mixing his passion for auctioneering with his love for traveling, exploring and trying new things!


Auctioneering across the country has given Hayward the opportunity to meet new people, expand his knowledge and grow even more as a professional auctioneer. Thomas Hayward is a strong believer in being passionate and pursuing a career that you can truly enjoy. It is very evident that Hayward takes his own advice. To view his upcoming auctions, please visit his auctioneer calendar on the website. It is very likely that Hayward may pass through your state, so keep an eye out!

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Weirdest Celebrity Auction Items

Posted September 8th, 2014 in Uncategorized by Valerie

From used bras, to half eaten food items, when it comes to celebrities people seem to be willing to bid on just about anything they’ve come in contact with. Why is that? Here are some of the weirdest items we found:

A jar of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s breath. The stars’ exhaled air sold for $523 on eBay!

Weird Auction ItemPhoto credit: HotGossipItalia / Foter / CC BY

Britney Spears’s used gum, that’s right used, went for $14,000 after a waiter took it from her table in London.

When Justin Bieber decided it was time for a haircut, a lock of his hair went from $41,570, which was donated to an animal charity.

During his *NYSYNC days Justin Timberlake’s half eaten french-toast was sold for $3,000.

NsyncPhoto credit: timomcd / Foter / CC BY

A pair of Calvin Klein underwear worn by Michael Jackson brought in $1M back in 2003, the underwear was originally intended to be used as evidence in child molestation investigation.

The strangest by far though was when James Blunt auctioned off his own sister. Blunt offered her up on eBay in hopes a bidder would fly her to Ireland. Apparently the man who won showed up with a helicopter to take her there, and they ended up getting married a few years later!

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Thomas Hayward Showcases Photos Of His Latest Auctions

Posted May 12th, 2014 in Uncategorized by Valerie

Thomas Hayward has had an awesome time traveling around the U.S., serving as auctioneer for some fantastic auctions and coming across some pretty cool (and sometimes bizarre) treasures.

Check out these photos from some of his latest self-storage auctions!

Auction success! During this auction with Nippon Express USA, a lot from Yuri Kawajiri sold for $12,100! Another great lot from Hiroko Naruse sold for $3,740.

Nippon Express USA, Inc. has some highly insured lots that were to be shipped to Tokyo. One account has a lot of “Arita” glassware, Wedgewood. Laquerware, etc. Nippon Express USA is the mover for international business executives for all the auto manufactures, Sony, Samsung, LG, ect.


This California Alfalfa and Forage Association auction was a huge success! We had tons of great items from alfalfa seed to bicycles and toy tractors and trains!


What’s an auction without some cool stamps? Bidders from New York, Denver, Mexico City and as far away as Auckland, New Zealand came to experience this amazing stamp auction.

One lot sold for $6,000, another for $4,500.00 and another sold for $5,250!